Comfort Inn Real San Miguel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The next morning we ate breakfast at Jaguar and we had decided to have a little bit of a health kick with no alcohol and clean food for the next week. The beers in Guatemala and El Salvador were not agreeing with us and we were feeling a little bloated and unhealthy. Jaguar had amazing fruit smoothies (I'm still craving them) and a good breakfast ...
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I found Glenda today, along with her two boys (Angel and Sergio) and the neighbours little girl Nicole. We met in front of her new house, painted light green. The galvanized zinc roof was on, the water was connected as was the electricity. A wall had been built all the way to the back of the lot separating her from the neighbors, and the enclosed area was full of chickens. They also built a ...
... the Pollo Campero sign had changed. When I went down to the bridge to take a picture of the volcano on the horizon, I was joined by a family that ran a tire repair store across the road. The father had lived in the Washington area for 5 years and wanted to talk about it. The boys wanted to look over the bike and check its tires. They became friends and signed my gas tank. I found I took way fewer photos today -- I had taken them all ...